Challenging American Leadership [electronic resource] : Impact of National Quality on Risk of Losing Leadership / by Ernst Gabriel Frankel.

By: Frankel, Ernst Gabriel [author.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Topics in Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality: 10Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2006Description: XV, 255 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402049071Subject(s): Engineering | Geography | Engineering economy | System safety | Economic policy | Macroeconomics | Political science | Engineering | Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk | Economic Geography | Economic Policy | Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics | Political Science | Engineering Economics, Organization, Logistics, MarketingAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 658.56 LOC classification: TA169.7T55-T55.3TA403.6Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preamble -- American Industrial Developments -- American Social and Economic Developments -- Claims to World Leadership -- Managing American Leadership -- The Future of World Leadership -- Leading into the Future -- Towards a Better, Fairer Globalized World.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: After leading the world during most of the 20th century in economic, political, technological, military, and even social terms, America’s role is now being challenged. Its values questioned, and its methods often disparaged, America had become the clear example to be followed or even copied, yet its more recent strategic and political decisions gained little international support and a lot of outright opposition. The quality of its national planning and decision making has been severely compromised, and risk management appears to be largely absent. India and China are now emerging as new economic powers, with advancing technological prowess. Their focus is on socioeconomic development, but their capabilities and potentials are much broader and may challenge America's leadership before long, unless it recognizes the changing demands of the new wide open globalized world.
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Preamble -- American Industrial Developments -- American Social and Economic Developments -- Claims to World Leadership -- Managing American Leadership -- The Future of World Leadership -- Leading into the Future -- Towards a Better, Fairer Globalized World.

After leading the world during most of the 20th century in economic, political, technological, military, and even social terms, America’s role is now being challenged. Its values questioned, and its methods often disparaged, America had become the clear example to be followed or even copied, yet its more recent strategic and political decisions gained little international support and a lot of outright opposition. The quality of its national planning and decision making has been severely compromised, and risk management appears to be largely absent. India and China are now emerging as new economic powers, with advancing technological prowess. Their focus is on socioeconomic development, but their capabilities and potentials are much broader and may challenge America's leadership before long, unless it recognizes the changing demands of the new wide open globalized world.

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